Mike Goldsmith, National Learning & Development Manager, Specialized Loan Servicing
Deb facilitated my professional growth from an individual contributor into management, and then to senior management. Her vast experience and supportive coaching style made me into the effective leader that I am today.
Sue J., director of cross-organizational corporate support group for a large corporation
Debbie has been an essential part of my growth as a leader this year, as I’ve navigated through a corporate merger and met many new challenges. She helps to bring out the best in me, helping me to hone & grow my skills, while providing me with a trusted and competent resource to be able to bounce off ideas and share my confidential thoughts.
Susan Rifkin, Former publisher, current basketball coach and teacher
What stands out from being coached by Debbie during my career transition is her direct approach and ability to immediately ask the important questions. I left each conversation with achievable action steps. There is opportunity everyday to use the skills I’d gained from the work I did with Debbie; and my players and students benefit from the way I help them tackle obstacles that are hindering their progress. Debbie helped me develop skills I can adapt to different environments and that have long shelf lives.
Chris Senior Operations Manager for nationally recognized corporation
I take my leaps forward from the way Debbie asks a question. And her ability to synthesize information in to a new package gives me the opportunity to reflect on new ways to approach old problems.
-Chris Senior Operations Manager for nationally recognized corporation
Category Archives: Perceptiveness
Scraps. My fingertips are black from rereading saved newspaper articles. As I resort – garbage, save, share- some are still worthy, others I wonder what I was thinking. Rather than shuffle I thought I’d share the ones I still love. … Continue reading
October 19, 2013 is a day that does not exist in my digital world. All because of intuitive design. I blame Seagate. Or maybe Season Two of Homeland. Twenty-five years ago I was excited about having a personal computer. We … Continue reading
I couldn’t stop thinking about this idea of an art intervention. An intervention that would force me to take a deeper look at things. When was the last time I looked at one thing for 15 minutes? 15 minutes??? Yikes! … Continue reading